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harbaugh is denied reports that he is naming the starting quarterback. because alex smith is still worry that black " no contact " jersey it could be all signs towards kaepernick making his second start. and alex smith still not confirmed. >> there is no definitive realistic advantage to release that information. perhaps if you have information? or opinions, and it is unorthodox, you can come remains or make sport of me. but that is how we're going to go about it. >> the raiders running back,. mcfadden, and richard seymour all declared out for sunday in cincinnati. and lions defensive cannot seem to get out of trouble is not as clear-cut he kicked houston player in the growing. the question of weather or not was this intentional. one of the dirtiest players of the year. she is possibly facing suspensions, funds. >> stanford at ucla in the are in the pac 12 if they have a victory. 14 games and lsu at arkansas. the quarterback throws the touchdown pass to jarvis landry. making that one hand catch of take a look at that it the and is selling. and l a s u.n.'s 20-13. we will take you out wit
the 49ers about the quarterback alex smith. if he is going to get his starting job back after his concussion. or if kaepernick will lead the team. that question haazig madyun >> it is the final question and practice before the orleans to play the saints. with coach jim harbaugh passed will it be alex smith? or will it be kaepernick that is wearing the no. 7. the starting quarterback. >> for that information, it is not released. >> is a matter of strategy. as if it will undoubtedly reach the teams opponent. >> there is no competitive advantage for us to release that information. >> i'm sure that one of the two quarterbacks if not both will realize. >> the second player got his first start last week leading the 49ers to an unprecedented win. and alex smith was on the sidelines because of the two-week concussion and his medical condition? alex was examined by doctors before crapractice. >> we should be cleared tomorrow. again, if there is no symptoms. >> i have been here all day that the practice facility to see if there is any clue on with the starting quarterback would be the only
. alex smith still, was out from a concussion. >> there has been a rash of six home burglaries, north of highway no. 4. this is near the ambrose recreation center and two of them on november 11th on wheldon street. there were two more the next day, november 12th and the next odd manner drive. on november 14th, on a clear lead driver and another on clear land on november 21st. tracking kron, grant lodes, kron 4 >> , is people getting an early start to holiday shopping with blac get their gas without even leaving their homes. the convenient, of internet shopping getting there-cap gift- >> online vs brick and mortar the battle for your holiday dollar has never been so intense. for years, internet merchants like amazon had a key advantage in california with no sales tax. local bookstores under big pressure with the rapid rise of the books and chains with particularly squeezed. michael tucker owns a chain of bookstores in san francisco. >> if you could save, what would you not? with the tax advantage disappeared with seven of 10% adding that and also estimated other states in pennsylvania
harbaugh decided to start collin kaepernick even though alex smith was declared ready to play. smith was activity, frustrate, and ready to play. kaepernick got the 49ers on the board first. alex can't be too thrilled. drew brings, carving up the niners early, finding gol son for the t.d. but he also threw it to the wrong team. brooks, the pick six, 50 yards on the return. look at him go. niners with the momentum, 14 apiece at the half. niners capitalize early in the second half, kaepernick to frank gore, first t.d. of the year, worth a little dance. next drive, brees to golson with the hit, winter has the ball. 42 yards the other way. 49ers, three touchdowns in a span of three minutes and come up with a huge road victory, 31-21. >> played well. and a tough environment, he acquitted himself very well. i thought he did a great job with managing the game, calling the game, and moving the team in and out of the huddle. >> mike: raiders and bengals. carson palmer returns to cincinnati, the first time since being traded. first half, all bengals, what a catch here. he had two td's on the da
of that data. and later why i have come to hate the movie mr. smith goes to washington. and the unusual mystical connection between the 47% and star trek. [ male announcer ] it's that time of year again. time for citi price rewind. because your daughter really wants that pink castle thing. and you really don't want to pay more than you have to. only citi price rewind automatically searches for the lowest price. and if it finds one, you get refunded the difference. just use your citi card and register your purchase online. have a super sparkly day! ok. [ male announcer ] now all you need is a magic carriage. citi price rewind. buy now. save later. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] everyone deserves the gift of all day pain relief. this season, discover aleve. all day pain relief with just two pills. >>> the machine that built the obama victory, what will they do with all of that information? that is coming next. when we with said new jersey was happy with chris christie, we were just guessing. now we have actual numbers. that is coming up. a hybrid? most are just no fun to drive. now, here's on
interceptions to the house. alex smith seemed ready and willing and able to play. and kapernick wasn't quite as dynamic but that touchdown run was impressive. when kaps puts the first points on the board, he lets alex he will not need that helmet and quiets the dome. the reliability gess just lets his eyes wander and he must have punt deep inside the saints territory. that's a 10-yard touchdown. 14-7 lead. gess is in the dog house. the niners defense picks up. look at double nickel go. this 50-yard return is the first for brooks it's tied at the half. then in the first possession, kapernick drives them on a nice drive. he finds gore. scores first td catch of the season. 21-14 niners. >> drew breas, throwing high to colston, goldson the receiver, a 42-yard touchdown for whitner it's the first time since 1989 that san francisco scored two touchdowns off interceptions in a single game. kapernick was not sacked but drew breas went down five sometimes. there's brooks, brooks get credits for 1-1/2 sack, so did smith and so did alton smith. >>> the defense was the real star today but most of the po
-old driver drifted off the road and hit a tree. a passenger in his car died later at the hospital. smith was also hurt in the collision. alcohol is not believed to have been a factor movement there have been 11 deaths compared to 13 over the last year. the highway patrol reported improving numbers. the latest from wednesday night to yesterday morning, 71 bay area drivers were arrested for dui, drunk driving is also down statewide. >> antioch is trying to find a way toen tice veteran police officers to transfer in from other agencies. on tuesday they will consider amending their contract to get a formula that could have some retiring earlier. right now they have 14 empty police officer positions to fill and it's having a hard time attracting enough. >>> new jobs in tracy because of amazon. they have hopes after a planned big center was finalized by the mayor. the retailer finalized it to build the new center set to open by the next holiday season. mater said that the company is expected to hire 1,000 people and that the city will also receive sales tax revenue from goods ships from the c
by a homeowner. the shooter, byron smith, is likely to be charged with second degree murder today. he claims that they broke into his house and he fired in self-defense. but he did not report it to police. the bodies were later found in his basement. the neighbors say smith is a decent guy who may have just snapped. >>> and now to an impromptu emergency mission. a dramatic deep sea rescue 250 miles off the coast of mexico. scuba divers in the pacific ocean stumbled on this giant whale shark entangled into thick rope it was wrapped so tightly it was cutting into its flesh. one diver came to the rescue with his pocket knife slicing away at the rope which had been there so long it was covered in barnicals. the 30-foot shark was finally able to swim away. and cheers for that diver. >>> beware the bounce house. a new nationwide study out today warns inflatable bounce houses are actually dangerous for kids. researchers say 30 kids a day are treated for various injuries, including broken bones, sprains even confusions. besides colliding with other children, accidents occur when bounce houses collap
the early lead. while he was doing the chest bump, a completely different reaction from alex smith. the saints respond with a 10- play drive that win 80 yards, brees to thomas. now, the 49ers make a mistake in the 2nd quarter. now, back for the punt. he fumbles it and the saints, reggie bush, remember him? recovers it. two plays later. drew brees makes the 49erss pay. they take the he'd and then, now -- the lead and then he puts a towel over his head. now, very late. a bad snap, making a bad though. coming down with the interception. so, instead drew brees gives it back and then some. brooks comes down with it and all of the way house for the pick sáeubs. that that was that not the may of the gape. tied it. collin finds him. in for the touchdown. 49ers take a 21-the lead. then, brees makes another mistake. a little too high here. into the arms of the other team. goes back 40 yards for the score. 49ers defense shut brees down. the sack, san francisco sacked him five times. neworleans goes down to the 49ers 31-21 is the final. now, stay in the west here, things are getting wet from
. >> reporter: eric smith heads the america's division of swiss re. >> reinsurance is about all forms of risk, whether its health, or life, or your home, or your property, the math behind it works the most effectively if you can spread the risk around the globe in all sorts of different forms. >> reporter: insurance companies buy their own insurance-- reinsurance-- from huge firms like swiss re which, because of their size, can afford the fullest data, plug in into the most sophisticated risk models. and doing just that, swiss re actually warned us of an east coast storm like sandy in 2006. after hurricane katrina, swiss re's head of catastrophe perils, andy castaldi, worried aloud about warming seas and more violent storms in the gulf. but, he told me: >> i'm also concerned about the new york bay and long island would be inundated by a flood, due to a category 3 storm. a storm surge could completely flood the airport at jfk. 13 feet of sea water is not out of or to 17 feet is not out of the question. >> reporter: so the blue is sandy's storm surge. we interviewed castaldi again last week, af
that collins hasn't done until he was 2 years old, take two interceptions to the house. alex smith seemed ready and
the height of rush hour,. >> jon: jon anthony did i loren zoe, thank you. i'm jon scott in for shepard smith. this is the fox report. a new poll shows about half of israelis did not want their government to stop pounding hamas militants in gaza. according to an israeli research firm, 49% of those polled said israel should have kept firing on militant targets. 31 percent said they support their government's decision to reach a cease-fire. the same survey showed that the prime minister benjamin netanyahu's party has lost some support ahead of elections set for late january. but analysts say they expect the prime minister to stay in power. "the fox report's" correspondent jonathan hunt with the news. jonathan clearly not a military victory for hamas but politically does this make them stronger? >> yeah. and the politics of this are at least as important to both sides as the military outcome. hamas for its part is not just fighting israel. it's also involved in a linger-time battle with fat that, which is the party of palestinian president mahmoud abbas. what hamas leaders believe they have achi
name been smith instead of bush, i think a lot of people would have been wondering why he didn't run this time around. i think he's a formidable competitor. >> you bring up a really good point here. if you're a democrat, you're saying sure, give us another bush to run against because we think the bush name is somewhat poison right now, maria, but, but, jeb bush is fluent in spanish. he's married to a woman who grew up in mexico. he has strong ties in a big state with a big latino vote. this is the kind of guy that could put democrats on the defensive. >> he would give us a whole lot more competition than mitt romney did, but that's not saying much. jeb bush absolutely i think is a tremendous leader when it comes to the issues that are important to latinos for example, immigration and education. he's got a very good name i.d. among latino voters. he does have a mexican wife, is fluent in spanish. is very comfortable, the same way his brother is, around latinos. but i think the problem for jeb bush is absolutely his name sake. his legacy. and you know, i know that a lot of people might
entertainment reporter and host of "on the red carpet," rachel smith, here, from l.a. it's always nice when you're here. >> alex, welcome to "pop news." >> happy to be here. >> don't hold back. >> i won't. >> tom cruise received a special delivery this thanksgiving, his adorable daughter, suri. it's been three months since the father/daughter duo have been together. cruise has been in production in london for the sci-fi action flick. the two talk on the phone daily. but according to reports, cruise was superexcited about the visit. katie holmes spent her day off from her run on broadway, in ohio, spending some quality time with her immediate family. >> great watching suri grow up, too. >> she's adorable. >>> we all know that adele is one of the most popular singers out there in the world. you know, with that powerhouse voice of hers. but rumor has it she is also one of the most popular to fall asleep to. a survey by a hotel chain says she tops the charts when it comes to helping people doze off. adele herself, is probably not sleeping all too well these days, with that new baby son of hers at h
the team until49ers at saints colin kaepernick takes the alex smith helmet on - kaepernick - short pass to mario manningham who races down the sidelines for a 40 yard gain >> it is clear, that he is the man, it is a classic case. >> kaepernick as having a it amazing start but it is longevity the release shows. >> i'm not big on controversies. >> august want a quarterback and that can hold it down before the san francisco 49ers carefulkaepernick: 16/25, 231a few plays laterkaepernick hunter - keeps it and scores his 4th rushing touchdown of quarterback in 9 years 7-2nd quarter, tied 7-7 punt and the saints recoverdrew brees and the saints defense to marques colston in the back of the end zone 14-7 no about :40 seconds before thekaepernick - picked off by like the saints might go up of the game 2 plays later the niners get intercepts brees and takes 14-14 touchdown as niners take lead for good 21-14 sf gore does a little dance 83 yards rushing, 18 more dashon goldson - up-ends marques colston who lands on his head but would be ok - kaepernick is fired upsure for her there raiders los
-old reagan smith is much more than a rising star. diana alviar will tell us reagan is also a survivor. >> reporter: when reagan smith sings -- ♪ i wanna no when >> reporter: the questions come from the heart. >> like how long i'd have this disease because i still have it. i'm just in like temporary remission. >> reporter: in first grade, reagan began to bruise and cuts refused to heal. tests raised more questions. >> i can remember sitting in the car in the driveway and said how much do you know about blood diseases? she had an autoimmune disorder, her body was attacking her platelets. >> you need your platelets to protect you against bleeding. you'll bump yourself, you'll bruise. >> reagan's case was worse than most. medicine and chemotherapy didn't work, so doctors decided to take out her spleen. having itp meant having to give up the things she loved most, riding horses, playing volleyball, even jumping on the trampoline in her own backyard. >> i kind of felt like, you know, known as the sick kid. but her parents were determined not to let her illness define her. >> so we said no
quarterback. he stated that he will not announce it until sunday just before kickoff. alex smith is still when the noncontact jersey a practice and he still has out and clear to play. all signs point to-- >> i feel like there's no other message for us to release that information. this is not something that we should talk are now. you may have your opinion but it is some orthodox soviet. you can call me names if you want, make fun of me. but there is aware of all about. >> raiders running back and his backup and defensive tackle all the clear that there will be out for sunday's game in cincinnati. alliance defense the tackle just cannot seem to stay out of trouble. he kicked this quarterback and a growing in yesterday's loss to the texans and now they have to find out whether not was intentional. he is like one of the dirtiest players of the year and do not expect the nfl to give him a break. >> 14 games and once we catch. lsu was the arkansas and he threw a 22 yd touchdown pass to jarvis and he leaves a makes the one- handed catch. take a look of this catch and he controlled it and came down a
this morning i asked morgan stanley smith barney director ron hart if there were any benefits of actually going over. >> getting our fiscal house in order, either now or later, right? we can't spend money at this trajectory, 16 trillion in debt. 99 trillion nun funded liabilities with medicare and social security, so at some point you've either got to do it now or do it later. >> congress is back in session on monday and expectsed to work on a solution. >>> and in europe, european union leaders aend two dye days of divisive budget talks without a deal. they are caught for one plan to increase the budget and another to cut t.eu leaders should be able to reach a deal early next year. >>> number four, take a look at this. not sure what all the letters and numbers mean. neither do top british spy agencies. it's apparently some sort of world war ii code that was found on the skeleton of a carrier pigeon found in a man's chimney in england. this is pretty fascinating stuff. according to the uk intelligence agency, 250,000 pigeons were used during world war ii by all branches of the military and the s
a child every 45 minutes. >> that's dr. gary smith, just out with this landmark study in the journal of pediatrics, for the first time looking at bounce house injuries nationwide over the last two decades. >> between 2008 and 2010, there was a doubling of injuries. the curve looks like this. >> it happened to little cassie stapleton. did you think your daughter could be hurt in a bouncy house? >> never, never. >> she was coming down the slide, when she fell, breaking her arm in two places. we're all guilty of it, you turn your back, think the kids are safe. >> absolutely. even the floor is soft. you think nothing can happen to them, but that's not the case. >> reporter: according to the study, sprains and fractures, some to the head and neck. 43% caused by falls, most inside the bounce house, with some kids bouncing out of it. 16% of injuries caused by other kids, collisions and rough-housing. what should parents do? >> consider limiting the use of kids 6 years and older. >> make sure the kids playing inside are all around the same age. a 7 1/2 year old shouldn't be in there with 3 1
was going to make them weather was an eric said right or a howard k. smith, the people that ed murrell hired for people of substance, historians. writers. leaders, people who cared about history. and sometimes when i look at what passes for news on cable television, especially these days, i don't know where they find these people. [laughter] >> he cared a great deal about writing. one of the point you're making earlier about some things that you wanted to last for three, four, five days before it would actually get on the air, it had to be written, and written well. merl cared a great deal about style and the way in which you presented information. it was always for me -- >> interesting. and is going to interrupt you for a second. take a look at how awesome, when you're watching something being covered on cable television these days, and it requires great skill. i'm not denigrating it in any fashion, but notice how often was your hearing is just whatever comes off the top of the head of a man or woman who is reporting. take note of how rare it is for a script actually to be written. now, you
of the south carolina. we will see adam smith from washington and a ban affleck who directed "argo." on me to the press, carl levin, peter king, and gregory meeks. we will also see the chairman and chief executive of honeywell international. our next call joining us on the independent line. we have pat from tennessee. caller: you made the statement a few minutes ago, exactly my thought. when you have senators and representatives of their in congress, then they are representing the states. that is how the states have a say in the budget talks. i noticed a while back they talked about reducing your marks. that is when they put things in that they want to add to the budget, things that the one for the states. that is how they are represented already. thank you. host: thank you. what you were quoting was eight tweet that came in that said states already have a say by sending members to the house and senate. democrats line. caller: i think today pose the question is interesting. this was one of the first questions addressed by congress back in the summer of 1787 at the constitutional convention
's following in her mother's modeling footsteps. nicoleanna nicole smith's daugh, the new face of guest kids now. anna nicole appeared in the ads from 1992 to 1993. her daughter's father, larry birkhead, says the photos are more of a tribute to her mom than anything else and that she's not going to be a model. he says her plan is to become a doctor. a birthday cake baker, or the owner of an ice cream truck. you got to love the imagination of kids, right? >> brian: right. she's working on her college applications now. >> gretchen: i hope so. >> brian: let me tell you what's happening in the world of sports. last night, monday night football, you said, here is a game i can miss. you were right. long time eagles coach is in a lot of trouble. he's had a tough year. his team hasn't won in over two months and he lost his son. lost seven straight games. matchup between him and the panthers. before the season, you thought this would be a great game. it wasn't. in the end, the panthers prevailed on the road. superman, cam newton. reed says he will not resign. basketball last night, where was i? i was
mckeon and ranking member adam smith for putting this provision in the defense authorization bill that is now pending. this bill will be considered, i suppose new york conference by the house and the senate. it is in the house bill. we regret it is not in the senate bill and so the delegates and i have come to the floor to ask that the senate follow the lead of the house. -- of the house on this matter of common courtesy and respect. delegate sablan's provision in the house-passed bill simply requires that the flags of the territories and of the district of colombia be respected when the armed services chooses to honor the flags of the states. i have in addition written a letter to the president asking for a presidential memorandum can directing all federal agencies to do the same. i regret to report that the army alone recognizes the d.c. flag and the flags of the territory as a matter of policy and i want to give one example that i think will make the house understand why this is so important to us. a mother wrote me of having attended the graduation of her son from the naval st
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